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18 March 2006 @ 09:18 pm
I have been for several months now enjoying a genealogy orientated radio show here in Utah on AM820. The show is called "Relatively Speaking" with Irene Johnson as the host. If your genealogy minded you can also enjoy this radio show live from anywhere in the world. It's simple you just need an internet connection to join Irene's faithful listeners each Sunday from 4-6pm Mountain Standard Time.

Just click onto the following link: http://www.utaham820.com/, that takes you to the site home page. It's just a step away to click on the " On-Air Now - Click here to listen". That link will launch your Real One Player so you can receive the radio streaming over the internet.

The real treat about this radio show is it's entertaining host Irene Johnson. If you ever watched the popular PBS genealogical series "Ancestors" you will recognize her "British/Australian" accent. Irene was employed at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City from 1986 to 2001 and participated in the making of "Ancestors". There is a nice bio on Irene on the radio's website that makes for a good read. You will become attached to her after just listening to one radio show.

So if you've got a hungering to listen to some good genealogy speak tune into "Relatively Speaking". Irene has the best family history experts both locally and from across the country on her weekly shows. The best part of that is you can call into the show and ask any questions you like of the experts. You can call toll free from anywhere in the world 1-888-362-1820. So that's free family history help just a phone call away. So remember to tune in Sundays 4-6pm MST http://www.utaham820.com/ and then give Irene a call. Tell them Renee sent you!

See ya tomorrow, for tomorrow is always another genealogy day!
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